Operation not Necessary

Two years ago I was on the brink of despair. I had consulted five leading physicians in our city, and the only relief they offered was through an operation. I was suffering from what they called a fistula and chronic hemorrhoids. So great was my suffering that I did not think life worth living. I made preparations for an operation and started to visit my parents, knowing that the operation was delicate and dangerous. On my way home the thought came to me, that I had not given Christian Science a chance. I went directly to the home of a Scientist, laid my case before him, and gave up the thought of an operation.

In less than two weeks I was healed, and have been able through the study of Science and Health to overcome quickly the headache and other ills.

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